Dr. Quintin Boyce is the Associate Vice President of Outreach with Educational Outreach and Student Services at Arizona State University (ASU), leading K-12 school partnerships. Originally from Chicago, IL, he has been deeply committed to the field of education since 2002. Quintin pursued his academic journey at Arizona State University earning multiple degrees. With a passion for teaching, Dr. Boyce began his career in 2005 as an educator in the Phoenix Union High School District, where he taught biology, AP biology, chemistry, biotechnology, and forensics. In addition to serving in K-12, he has over a decade of teaching experience in higher education at multiple Universities where he continues to teach science and educational leadership courses. Driven to make a broader impact, Quintin transitioned from the classroom to school level administration in 2012, assuming the role of Principal at Bioscience High School and later at Camelback High School. In his pursuit of educational excellence, Dr. Boyce took on the pivotal district-level position of Executive Director of Teaching and Learning at Phoenix Union High School District. In 2019, Quintin Boyce joined the Roosevelt School District’s Executive Leadership Team, initially as the interim Chief Administrative Officer, eventually ascending to the position of Superintendent. Demonstrating unwavering dedication to the advancement of education, he now spearheads crucial K-12 school partnerships at ASU.